As membership tops 300 in Western Carolina University's marching band, the musical unit known as “The Pride of the Mountains” is forming a new band boosters organization called “Partners for Pride” to help raise money for scholarships for student musicians.
More than 80 writers from across the state will meet to read from their works and honor Raleigh author Sally Buckner during the annual N.C. Writers Conference on Saturday, July 31, at Western Carolina University.
Judges for Western Carolina University 's 2004 Annual Student Art Exhibition awarded “Best in Show” honors to senior Joel Queen for his sculpture “Drifting,” one of 185 entries in this year's competition.
Three candidates for the position of director of the Fine and Performing Arts Center at Western Carolina University will visit campus this month for public presentations and question-and-answer sessions.
Jim Harrison, wide-ranging author of “Legends of the Fall,” and Western North Carolina native Robert Morgan, author of the best-selling novel “Gap Creek,” headline a group of critically acclaimed writers who will be heading to Cullowhee to participate in Western Carolina University's second annual Spring Literary Festival, set for Tuesday, March 30, through Thursday, April 1.
Changes are in the works for the CulloWHEE! ArtsFest in 2004, as organizers of Western Carolina University’s annual celebration of the fine and performing arts are expanding what was a one-weekend event in early summer into a series of events to be held throughout the fall semester.
“Prepare me a sanctuary, pure and holy, tried and true.” With those words sung by Western Carolina University’s Inspirational Choir, the university community paused Monday, Jan. 12, to celebrate completion of work on a building that provides sanctuary for Western’s increasingly diverse student body.